Saturday night, I exited the N train at 57th Street—Billionaire’s Row—walked half a block surrounded by some of the world’s most expensive luxury towers, and took a seat in an upscale theatre. The lights dimmed, and three commercials were shown—for Land Rover, the Bahamas, and Tiffany’s.
The Knockturnal’s OJ Williams sits down with ‘Sorry to Bother You’ writer and director, Boots Riley.
First-time writer and director Boots Riley has crafted a phenomenal story about race and reality in America, and what it means to stand up for what’s right.
Exclusive: Tessa Thompson, Armie Hammer, Terry Crews & More talk ‘Sorry to Bother You’ at BAMCinemaFest Premiere
Boots Riley’s feature debut “Sorry to Bother You” premiered this past Wednesday during the BAMCinemaFest in Brooklyn.